Ethiopian Food on Capitol Hill in Seattle.
My daughter and I arrived at about 10:30 A. M., were served before 11. We got the combo, #45, and ate until we were dizzy, and took the rest home. Amazing feast, I recommend entirely. Tastes, textures, a delight for the senses. With her soda and a large tip we left having spent a little more than $20.
A Hidden Gem in the Heart of Seattle.
I must have driven past Zobel a hundred times before I finally stopped in for a bite. At a glance it doesn't look like much. I love when I find myself at a place like this. It's almost like my mom opened a restaurant, and is serving up her finest. I find a lot of Ethiopian restaurants have this feel. The food doesn't disappoint, and the service was great. The portions for the price are more than fair too. Zobel wasn't a gourmet joint, but more a friendly neighborhood restaurant that is great for a quick bite with friends. I don't know a whole lot about this area of Seattle, but I feel inspired to find out more. It seems there is a cluster of Ethiopian businesses that need further exploration.